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  1. My XD3 is pumping what so ever and is making this weird clicking sound when ever I turn on the computer, the pump was working today and had no sign of any slowing down or any signs of being a bad motor, there wasn’t any pump noise and it was flowing strong. Now it won’t even startup on boot and will stay off. I can’t figure out how to get it to turn on again, the leds are lighting up but that is it, please help.
  2. Hello, i've built a new PC and i installed the XD3 kit on my CPU, i'm getting high temps between 72-79 on my CPU (Ryzen 5950x) in iCue software when idle, the coolant temp is 34 though, which is weird! To test that, i ran Cinebench r23 (multi-core) to see the temp when stress-testing the CPU, the CPU temp goes down to 62-65 which is again very weird. Is the Idle temp wrong (software bug)? Or am i missing something here?
  3. Hello, looks like I might be having an issue with my XD3 pump either being slow to start, or not starting at all upon resuming from an off power state. Has anyone else been having any issues? I came home one day to find a warning from HWINFO that said my cpu temp was at 85 degrees and I was a bit confused. When I opened up the program and looked at my temps I noticed my GPU was also hot and then when I looked at my water pump rpm's it was at zero. So I shut down the system opened up the covers and sure enough the system was hot! I pulled the spare power supply from my cabinet and plugged the XD3 pump into it to test and see if it died and it fired right up. I let the pump run for a bit and let the system cool down. I then hooked up the pump back to the power supply in the system (EVGA 850 p2) and fired the system up and well, everything is working. I setup HWINFO to monitor the pumps rpm as the tach lead is plugged into my cpu fan header (it's set at a 40% constant speed in the bios) so that in the case it's at zero for so many read cycles to give me an alert and if's it's unattended for so long with reading zero rpms I have HWINFO shut my system down so I don't have another run away hot system. I've contacted EVGA thinking it could be a power issue and they suggested to plug the molex harness into an empty SATA connector on the power supply and see if the issues goes away. Well this morning when I woke my system up, I noticed the the pump rpms were sitting at zero when my desktop loaded (I have rain meter setup with a skin to monitor system information). After about a minute I then noticed the rpm's start to come up before my panic started to set in that it was not working again. I'm now wondering if it's the pump and not the power supply. My next step is to wire in a 12v led to the pump's power harness so I can make sure that the power supply is in factg supplying voltage to the pump to rule out if either the power supply is causing the issue, or if the pump is just not starting up all the time. Are other people having or seeing any issues with these pumps?
  4. Hello everyone, So I have a new XD3 pump. Whenever I boot my PC or wake it, the pump runs at full speed before settling down to my speed set in iCue. That being said, this XD3 is replacing a XD5 I had and that pump didn't create any noise on boot/wake. I have it plugged into port #6 on my Commander Pro, and also tried setting the fan type as "4 pin" and "auto" to no avail. Auto makes it run at roughly medium speed for about 5 seconds, while 4 pin makes it run at max speed for about 1 second. How can I set the pump to make no noise when booting/waking like my XD5 did? Thanks.
  5. Hello everyone, So I have a new XD3 pump. Whenever I boot my PC or wake it, the pump runs at full speed before settling down to my speed set in iCue. That being said, this XD3 is replacing a XD5 I had and that pump didn't create any noise on boot/wake. I have it plugged into port #6 on my Commander Pro, and also tried setting the fan type as "4 pin" and "auto" to no avail. Auto makes it run at roughly medium speed for about 5 seconds, while 4 pin makes it run at max speed for about 1 second. How can I set the pump to make no noise when booting/waking like my XD5 did? Thanks.
  6. Hello Everyone, I am from Australia and just today setup my first ever custom watercooling loop. I used the Corsair XD3 pump/reservoir combo and it is making a loud grinding noise from the time I switched it on. Initially I thought that it is air bubbles and after bleeding the noise will subside. I bled the loop for close to 3 hours but the noise still persisted. I bit the bullet and started my PC. Using Commander Pro if I set the pump speed to 50% or less then the pump is quiet. If I raise it any more than 50% then the grinding noise comes back on. Also, if I rotate and hold my PC at a 60 degree angle the grinding noise reduces. At this point I have no idea what is wrong. I am suspecting its the pump itself and I may have to RMA it. Can anyone advice on the issue? You can hear the sound generated by the pump here: https://imgur.com/jydbyQq Kind Regards, Rajiv
  7. Older players to the upgrade games here on the Corsair forums might have seen my previous build where I threw a Plex server in my 1000d. So after living with the changes for a few months, I noticed that having the Plex server inside my 1000d running all the time drove the temps in my GPU loop up 3+ degrees. While it wasn't too much of a change for the 1000d. That 3+ degrees push the ITX loop to 33->36c at load. I don't like running my liquid loops that hot, especially coming into the summer months. Additionally, I also didn't have a GPU on the Plex loop, and while the iGPU on the Ryzen 3 2200g is ok, a dedicated GPU would give the Plex transcoding a little more grunt. My solution to the problem was build a dedicated Plex box, reusing as many of the components I had sitting around on shelves as possible, but creating a system I feel comfortable leaving on 24x7x365. The Build: Gigabyte Aorus x470 Gaming WiFi 5 Ryzen 3 2200g Zotec RX-480 8 GB (I know it's old, but it's what I had....) EKWB RX-480 Waterblock (Also old, but an eBay steal when I found it NIB) 2xXR5 280mm Radiators XD3 Pump-Reservoir Combination 16 GB Corsair 3200 Dominator RAM Corsair HX850i PSU Crucial P1 500 GB M.2 3xLL120 Fans 5xLL140 Fans Commander Pro 2xRGB Hubs 1 Silverstone 8 PWM Hub Samsung 860 EVO 1 TB SSD 7 GB worth of assorted HD Drobo 16TD Array Fergus Approval of the New Case RX-480 with the new Waterblock Stripped out Ready for Building Radiators in PSU Installed Major Pieces Installed Loop Complete - Pressure Testing Final Result Final Result Part II Final Result with Glass
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